Special Needs Resourcing

Inclusion is a cornerstone of WoodGreen’s philosophy and values. Committed to running an integrated program for children with special needs and their families, WoodGreen, in partnership with the City of Toronto and the Every Child Belongs model, works to address a range of special needs throughout all of our centres. WoodGreen’s Special Needs Resource Consultant provides service at 4 of WoodGreen’s child care centres plus other child care centres within the designated wards. Special Needs Resource staff from Child Development Institute provide service at 3 WoodGreen child care centres – Debbie Yeung, Woodfield and Enderby. The Special Needs Resource Consultant is responsible for providing individualized programming for children as required, and for acting as a resource person to child care staff, parents/guardians, and to the community.

Toronto Children’s Services

Related Programs


PROGRAM NAME DESCRIPTION LOCATION
Bruce/WoodGreen Early Learning Centre

High quality early learning and care program

Bruce Public School
Debbie Yeung Child Care

High quality early learning and care program

249 Cosburn Avenue
Enderby Child Care

High quality early learning and care program

118 Enderby Road
Leslieville Child Care

High quality early learning and care program

Leslieville Public School
Morse Street Child Care

High quality early learning and care program

Morse Street Public School
Pape House

After-school; non-instructional days; March Break, summer camp

2 Locations
Riverdale Child Care

High quality early learning and care program

Riverdale Collegiate
Woodfield Child Care

High quality early learning and care program

Duke of Connaught Public School